Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Sport Rehabilitation

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Support people to get back to doing what they love. These hands-on, practical courses will give you countless opportunities to engage with service users and professionals, through placements, guest presentations and volunteering.

"I owe a lot to the teaching team at UWE Bristol who were knowledgeable, supportive and friendly. With their support I established skills in applying theoretical principles into clinical practice, and developing and challenging my clinical reasoning – skills I use daily as a physiotherapist."

Kate, BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Sport Rehabilitation courses

Find out more about our courses below. All information is correct as of 19 November 2020. 

BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy

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On this degree, you’ll study and practise in outstanding onsite facilities, learning from an inspirational, supportive team with a depth of physiotherapy experience. Through case-based learning and opportunities to engage with patients and professionals on placements, in class and online, you’ll learn what constitutes excellent physiotherapeutic practice, and explore the theories and subjects that influence it.

BSc(Hons) Occupational Therapy

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On this course, you’ll focus on the relationship between occupation, health and wellbeing, and gain contemporary, evidence-based knowledge and skills. With a strong focus on employability, you’ll become confident in working with clients, carers and other professionals in various settings.

Get ready for practice in our specialist simulation facilities and dedicated skills suite supported by a research-active academic team. You’ll spend at least 1,000 hours on practice placements, as well as volunteering locally as part of Widening Occupation Weeks (WOW).

BSc(Hons) Sport Rehabilitation

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Combining university-based experience with over 400 placement hours in clinical and sporting settings, you’ll learn how to provide safe and effective care to people suffering injury, illness, or disease related to sports and musculoskeletal conditions while studying the academic subjects that underpin it. Learn to use the latest resistance equipment for rehabilitation and performance enhancement, and gain first-hand experience of providing injury assessment and management services to patients in both clinical and sports-based environments.

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Degree Apprenticeships

Hear from our Head of Apprenticeships, Simon Flenley-Pond, about what to expect when studying a degree apprenticeship at UWE Bristol.

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Occupational Therapy Degree Apprenticeships

Find out more about the Occupational Therapy Degree Apprenticeship that we offer below.

Occupational Therapy Degree Apprenticeship

You'll graduate with a BSc(Hons) Applied Occupational Therapy (Level 6).

You'll graduate with a BSc(Hons) Applied Occupational Therapy (Level 6).

It’s a unique opportunity for healthcare, occupational therapy and social care assistants or equivalent who aspire to become occupational therapists. Apprentices will be able to build on their current basic knowledge of occupational science and occupational therapy, both during their studies and in their workplace.